Field of Dreams : Mann is NOT dead,

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Where's that- Pittsburgh?

I don't see that here. The lines are long and the concession stands are mostly manned by 20-30 somethings.


But maybe your concession stands are manned by ghosts too...


I don't need you to tell me how good my coffee is. .

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New York. Citi Field, Yankee Stadium, Madison Square Garden, Nassau Coliseum and Giants Stadium employ senior citizens.

I'm not saying that there aren't 20 somethings as well.

He's taking the knife out of the Cheese!
Do you think he wants some cheese?


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Wow! I'm Seattle (y'know- that place where the Yankees go to hit balls into the stands). I think when they built our stadium concessions they're still thinking we're a small town from the 70's.

I don't need you to tell me how good my coffee is. .

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Both Target Field in Minneapolis and Coors Field (where the Yankees go to get swept) in Denver have plenty of of elderly people working there. Probably more than the 20-somethings. I like your ideas, though, gabby. I've seen this movie dozens of times and never looked as deep as you guys have. I'll have to check it out again.

"She's, like, a biscuit older than me..."

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I have it set to DVR tomorrow night. I'm anxious to see how much of my theory can hold water- or whether I should just accept the traditional explanation for everything. I've seen this so many times, but only recently sparked an interest in this alternative concept of most everyone already being dead.

I don't need you to tell me how good my coffee is. .

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Yep. They're all dead... Except for the fans at Wrigley Field.

I'm holding everyone to a higher standard- a standard much higher than my own

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You mean Fenway Park?

He's taking the knife out of the Cheese!
Do you think he wants some cheese?


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Yeah...that's what I meant. Fenway...yeah...that's the ticket...

I'm holding everyone to a higher standard- a standard much higher than my own

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LOL @ JR541.

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I dont think theyre all dead but there is one hint at it. Ray playing catch with his father and his father asking if this was heaven and Ray says Maybe this is heaven.

But other than that I dont think Mann is dead. Hes going to come back with something to write about he discusses that with Ray when he leaves. Ray wants all the juicy details and what not and Mann says hes going to write about it. Ray interacts with quite a few people along the way as does Mann. Its one of those miracle stories where one Mann is able to get one last chance to make things right with his father and himself.

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If Mann died walking out to the cornfield, wouldn't Ray and the others run out there to check on him? I doubt Ray would see Mann keel over and die to then just say *beep* it let me play catch with my Dad...






I mean, say what you like about the tenets of National Socialism, Dude, at least its an ethos.

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They're all dead -- "Field of Dreams" is a sequel to "The Day After"; nondescript Iowa farmer Ray Kinsella is dreaming it all just as his field is incinerated by Soviet nuclear weapons.

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Mann is dead. Not in the beginning, but he dies during the film. Let that be a lesson to us all about eating ball park hotdogs...

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